Have you considered the MMedSci (Vision and Strabismus) at The University of Sheffield?

The MMedSci in Vision and Strabismus is now run yearly, so our next intake will begin in September 2019.  The course begins with a residential weekend here in Sheffield 14-15th September 2019 and continues by distance learning.

With students currently studying with us from all over the globe – Namibia, Botswana, Singapore, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Holland and Trinidad and Hong Kong to name but a few, our course has a great, global welcome to all.

There are now module choices for every module, allowing you to handpick your Masters degree to areas of advanced practice that most benefit you.  You can also choose to study individual modules, or any combination of two modules to give you a PostGraduate Certificate.  We have individual module places available in March for Low Vision, Insight into Disease, Research Methods and Exemptions modules!

Our Low Vision and Stroke modules are both accredited by the British and Irish Orthoptic Society and our new Exemptions module is approved by the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).

You may even find that some funding is available to you, depending where you live, through continuing educational development funds for health care practitioners, please see our webpages for more information.

For more details, including course content, residential weekends and the modules we have on offer, simply visit our website at  https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/medicine/prospectivepg/taught/mmedsci/index

I look forward to hearing from you!

Dr Charlotte Codina, Programme Leader (C.Codina@sheffield.ac.uk)

2019-01-28T13:53:05+00:00